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Sarah: Freedom Suit, Loudoun County (Part 2 of 6)

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Amt. Brot. over - - $1499.50 14 hogs @ 8$ -- 112.00 14 Do " 2. --28.00 4 sows & Pigs @ $8. -- 32.00 16 sheep @ $1.75 -- 28.00 40 Geese @ 40 ¢ - 16.00 Oats hay fan & Cutery [Cutlery] Box &c -- 175.00 55 acres Grain in the Ground @ $3. --165.00 Farming Utintials [Utensils] - 15.00 5 Cattle - @12$ -- 60.00 50 Bsls Corn - @1.50. --75.00 Paid Thos. B. Beatty $77.30 in part of an Exceution agt - 77.30 David Lacey Ect To Boarding & Clothing Susana 5 Tears @ $40 200.00 1 Cyan Mill $25. 2 Bee hives $5 --30.00 $2512.80 Given under our hands the 19th day of Nov 1824 Isaac Nanawantes J. B. White Negroes Sarah &c re Ellzey's admr. &c } Returned & filed, with the affx'd. of Isaac Vandevanker & Jozabed White Henry & others (Negroes) vs Ellzey's ADN Amend to Isaac Reindenture AH LMC